Casetify Intros Glitter & Impact Cases For Samsung Galaxy S9

Smartphone accessory brand Casetify announced its first-ever lineup of Glitter and Impact Cases for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung's newest Android flagships which are already shipping to some customers as of today. Casetify's new cases are scheduled to be released in April and span a wide variety of styles and color combinations, hence seeking to cater to a broad demographic. The Liquid Glitter cases are literally filled with moving pieces of glitter and are designed to simulate a flashy and free-flowing aesthetic while still being structurally sound and capable of protecting your Samsung-made flagship from damage, the company claims.

The most high-profile offerings from Casetify have a two-layer construction and leverage the company's QiTech material with the goal of offering protection from both sides. The newly announced Impact lineup of protective cases is also advertised as drop-proof but doesn't want to compromise on style, with its offerings all being highly flashy and picturesque. The Glitter case series is available with three shades of glitter particles which can be combined with dozens of designs and retail at $45. The Impact product family is priced at $49 and has a waitlist attached to it, with prospective buyers being encouraged to sign up if they're considering getting one of the new accessories this spring.

Casetify's latest offerings will be sold exclusively through its website accessible via the banner below. The company offers international shipping and is presently running a promotion that can slash up to 25-percent off your order price if you use the code "MYFAVE" during checkout and buy multiple accessories. Samsung's Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are shipping to consumers who pre-ordered them as of today and will officially start being retailed on a global level come next Friday, March 16. The South Korean tech giant already said it's expecting its latest devices to outperform the Galaxy S8 lineup but has yet to share any details on their (pre-)commercial performance.

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